When The State Bank decided to totally revise their traditionally arranged lobby, they chose the architects of Daniels and Zermack for our experience in retail bank design.
The tower form on the corner of the building gave the new bank a strong image to attract attention in its community. The new bank’s name led the architects to create a structure reminiscent of early French mission structures of the area.
Placing a new lobby environment in the main floor of the bank’s round tower was an architectural challenge.
Bank of Ann Arbor wanted to take advantage of this high-volume location with a spectacular, attention-getting new branch building.
This new 2,700 square foot bank branch marks Ann Arbor State Bank’s first ground-up construction as they expand their reach and presence in the Ann Arbor area.